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128                                                                    TAX G-ROTJP.

kten, se
Uin (pronounced Men or kl&n) (Kh. and Sh. kin), to4 drink, as opposed to kin, to
eat ; kin-kliti, to eat and drink ; for examples, see kin.
klun, see klin
klum, brightness, III, 21.
Jco} suffix of the nominative ease, as in kau-ko, I, in 1, 17 (bis), 19 (bis), 24, 25,
43, 44, 46 ; II, 6 ; 205 ; r au-ko, we, I, 52 ; mafako, thou, I, 20, 44, 49, 50s
51; mfo-to, he, I, 65 83 10 (bis), 13, 15, 21, 22, 34 (bis), 35, 87, 39 (bis),
40, 42, 50 ; po-mdn-ko, the father, I, 41 ; luk-mdn-ko, the son, I, 24 ; luk-ko,
the son, I, 48 ; ran-ko, chaos, III, 1. The suffix is frequently omitted. It Is
used before both transitive and intransitive verbs. Kh. has no such suffix.
Sh has nait cham, and ch&ng. In Sh. ko means 5 a person \
ko (Kh. ko), and, also, even, 95. Used with sU to mean ' although '; e.g., II
4, 12.   In Kh. it is similarly used with the participle in shl.
ko (Kh. and Sh. the same), a friend.
koi (Sh. the same), only, III, 19.
koi (Sh. M, to come to an end, be used up), the suffix of the perfect or past tense,
equivalent to the Kh. suffix kfayau, and the Sh. suffix yau-ym or prefix lai ;
dip'dl-koi, has become alive and well, I, 30, 54 ; u-koit has been, was, Is 83 
II, 1, 14 ; 223 ; dai khufadi koi, has got him in good health (dai-koi, has
got), I, 39; bau lu-koi, have not disobeyed, I, 44; ju-koi, hast lived, I, 51 j
dai . . . koi, hast possessed, I, 52 ; pw-koi, it happened, II, 9 1 p&
. . . koi, (I) have beaten, 228. The force is emphasised by adding ut
to be, as in khau-u-koit has enteredj I, 6 ; ma-u-koi, has comej I, 38 ; Mt
m&n 'Mt-khun % . . . koi, have been rejoicing, 19 53 ; a past subjunc*
tive is formed by adding koi to the future prefix tl, and making the whole a
suffix, as in kau u-ti-koi, I should be, 174.
krang3 see tihrung*
ku (Kh. and Sh, the same), a distributive particle meaning ' each. \ * every ', as in
M-w ku-o&n, every time every day, always (I, 50), often (II, 5) ; M-m&
ndm, each time very, over and over again5 II, 5.
leu, in pan~iku, which, I, 47 ; II, 2. The meaning of ku in this compound is lost*
Ku means * a sofa ', * a fair ', * a long-necked earthen pot '3 < to fear ', * to stare ',
'fat'.
Jsu (Kh. and Sh. kd)t to fear ; M-kdn-td, began to feel fear, II, 13.
Ma, in khdm-kula, see khdm.
km (pronounced, and often written, km) (Kh. and Sh. the same), a person, a
human being ; km-phti-lungt person-male one, a man, 1, 1, 11 ; 51 j kun-mi,
person-female, a woman, I, 7; 52; kun-$hring} person crowd, a number
of people, persons, 1, 16 ; kun-rik-tai, person relation playmate, a friend* I,
46; tdng-fyW) all persons, everyone, II, 14; km-nd-kin, (?) person field eat,,
a cultivator, 58 ; km dl <phu lung, person good male one, a good man,
119127 f km dl ml lung, a good woman, 128, 130 ; often used as a generic
prefix or pbstfix with numerals in counting human beings, as above; so
also Iwk-mm shdng-Mn, son two persons, two sons, 1, 1,